- Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger, Keynote Speech: Resources of Conflict – Conflicts over Resources
- Cindy Daase, The Redistribution of Resources in Internationalized Intra-State Peace Processes by Comprehensive Peace Agreements and Security Council Resolutions
- Alice Ruzza, The Falkland Islands and the UK v. Argentina Oil Dispute: Which Legal Regime?
- Saiful Karim, Conflicts over Protection of Marine Living Resources: The 'Volga Case' Revisited
- Christiana Ochoa & Patrick J. Keenan, Regulating Information Flows, Regulating Conflict: An Analysis of United States Conflict Minerals Legislation
- Moshik Lavie & Christophe Muller, Incentives and Survival in Violent Conflicts
- Annyssa Bellal & Stuart Casey-Maslen, Enhancing Compliance with International Law by Armed Non-State Actors
- Alexander Kees, Regulation of Private Military Companies
- Alice Gadler, Armed Forces as Carrying both the Stick and the Carrot? Humanitarian Aid in U.S. Counterinsurgency Operations in Afghanistan and Iraq
- Stormy-Annika Mildner & Gitta Lauster, Settling Trade Disputes over Natural Resources: Limitations of International Trade Law to Tackle Export Restrictions
- Anastasia Telesetsky, Resource Conflicts over Arable Land in Food Insecure States: Creating an United Nations Ombudsman Institution to Review Foreign Agricultural Land Leases
- Bjørn-Oliver Magsig, Overcoming State-Centrism in International Water Law: 'Regional Common Concern' as the Normative Foundation of Water Security
- Dereje Zeleke Mekonnen, Between the Scylla of Water Security and Charybdis of Benefit Sharing: The Nile Basin Cooperative Framework Agreement – Failed or Just Teetering on the Brink?
- Lucian Dervan, Information Warfare and Civilian Populations: How the Law of War Addresses a Fear of the Unknown
- Eszter Kirs, Limits of the Impact of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia on the Domestic Legal System of Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Freya Baetens & Rumiana Yotova, The Abyei Arbitration: A Model Procedure for Intra-State Dispute Settlement in Resource-Rich Conflict Areas?
- Juan Guillermo Sandoval Coustasse & Emily Sweeney-Samuelson, Adjudicating Conflicts Over Resources: The ICJ’s Treatment of Technical Evidence in the Pulp Mills Case
- Pelin Ekmen, From Riches to Rags – the Paradox of Plenty and its Linkage to Violent Conflict
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
New Issue: Goettingen Journal of International Law
The latest issue of the Goettingen Journal of International Law (Vol. 3, no. 1, 2011) is out. Contents include: